Thursday, April 08, 2010

Magnum Capelet #4 (crochet)

This was another piece I was trying to translate into crochet and I must say I'm in love with this one. I don't know if it's the color (#9454)? Or the collar? Or the ease in that it worked up?! Do you ever make something and when you finish look at it and think, wow! not bad!  That's how I felt with this one.

So the yarn, once again Cascade Magnum, 2 skeins. 
S Hook. 
Gauge: 1 sc = .75”-1” 
 
This was worked top down and is one size although modification is easy and is noted in the pattern.

Available as a PDF download. $6.50


 

8 comments:

  1. i'm confused. is this the knit or crochet version? thanks

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  2. It's the crochet version. I designed this one first then modified it for a knit version as seen in #4(knit version). Hope this helps!

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  3. So, is an S, U, or V ok or do we need one that is close to 50 mm? Do they even make hooks that big? Very confused. I have the pattern and the yarn. I just need to get the hook. Thanks!

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  4. Hi Kimberli, sorry for the confusion! I would use an "S" hook. They do make hooks bigger than that and if you were a super tight crocheter I would go up a hook size but an "S" hook is the one you want. Thanks!

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  5. Hi, Just bought the patter and i dont know the meaning of Pm, md, sp, ....? Im a beginner. thanks! :)

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    1. Hi Alinka, "Pm" means to place a marker; "rnd" means round & "sp" means space. Hope this helps!

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  6. Hello
    I just purchased the crochet pattern for MagnumCapelet#4. I believe is worked in spiral and from the top down but I don't understand how can we start with a 30 ch. When joined there is no way I can fit my head through the hole. Am I misunderstanding something? Thanks.

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    1. Hi! It sounds like your starting chain is too tight. Did you check your gauge? Email me for more help info@knit1la.com Thanks! Karen

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